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    Thread: Post-ultimate molt help

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      I typically wait a week before introducing food. I would imagine the bigger the fangs the longer the cure time. One of my 2.5" P irminia ate 3 days after molting. I just try introducing food after a few days, if they don't immediately go after the prey, I remove it and try again the next day.
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      He began his molt one week ago yesterday.. perhaps he is ready? I'll try today, see if he's interested.

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